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Edgar Degas House Tour & Creole Breakfast

 New Orleans, LA
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Enjoy the morning in New Orleans at the former home of French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, where guests will be served an incredible home-cooked Creole breakfast, accompanied by a guided tour of the 1850s Creole mansion where Edgar Degas created many of his most famous masterpieces. Hear intimate details about the historic home from the tour guide, Degas’ actual great-grandniece, or a docent. Book your spot today!

Activity Highlights
  • Edgar Degas House Tour & Creole Breakfast in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Gourmet Creole breakfast & complimentary Champagne Mimosa or Bloody Mary
  • Watch the award-winning documentary about Degas in NOLA
  • See the personal studio & bedroom of Edgar Degas
  • Guided tour of Degas House Museum

Duration: 3 Hrs.


Choose 1 of the following:

  • Estelle Belgian Waffles Waffles with fresh fruit, eggs any style & a side of smoked sausage or bacon
  • Josephine Creole Omelet Cheese omelet w/choice of ham, turkey or vegetables topped with homemade Creole tomato sauce & a biscuit
  • Desiree Bananas Foster Pain Perdu French toast topped w/bananas, eggs any style & a side of sausage or bacon
  • Edgar Degas Breakfast Eggs any style, grits with optional cheese & a side of smoked sausage or bacon


  • Orange Juice
  • Grapefruit Juice
  • Milk, Coffee
  • Tea

A' La Carte

  • Assorted Muffins
  • Bread & Bagels
  • Cereal
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Yogurt
What's Included
  • 3 Hour New Orleans Edgar Degas House Tour & Creole Breakfast
  • Viewing of the award-winning documentary on Edward Degas
  • One Bloody Mary cocktail or Mimosa per adult
  • Guided tour of Edgar Degas House Museum
  • Gourmet Creole Breakfast
What to bring
  • Weather appropriate clothing
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Bottle of Water
  • Camera
  • Hat
  • ID
  • In an effort to provide the most accurate information regarding all COVID-19 measures, policies, restrictions, and requirements, please refer to the most up to date CDC guidelines prior to your activity/trip date.
  • Due to the historic nature of the home, the second floor can only be accessed by stairs.
  • Guests must be 21 years old or older to consume alcoholic beverages.
  • Tour is not handicap accessible.
Additional information
  • If weather is deemed by the vendor as unfavorable for this activity, your reservation may be altered, modified, rescheduled, or refunded, at vendor discretion.
  • Please mention any dietary restrictions in the reservation comments during checkout.
  • A standard gratuity of 15-20% is recommended for both the server and tour guide.
  • Free street parking is available on-site.

2306 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA

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Edgar Degas House Tour & Creole Breakfast

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Edgar Degas

about 1 year ago
Not really knowing what to expect we arrived 15 minutes early as instructed for breakfast. The house was locked but someone cam to the front door in about 7-8 minutes and unlocked it for us. It was a nice sit down breakfast with about 8 other travelers which was nice to talk and get to know one another. The breakfast was truly five star and out hats off to the cooks. The tour itself was very informative and the guide did a really good job. If you are seeking food, culture, history and love art this is a great way to spend about three hours. Understand though you are going to be in a home from the 1700's so do not expect "spit & polish".
Robert Coleman

Nice tour

about 4 years ago
It was nice to learn about Degas’ ties with New Orleans, and also see the room which hosted him during his time in Louisiana. There was a little too much focus on his brother’s infidelity; we would have preferred to learn more about the paintings he did here and a more detailed analysis of the letters or other first hand documents in which Degas described his time in NOLA.
Oli S
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